A lot of information is floating around about how to size medical gas systems due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because the situation is so new and fluid, any or all of this information may be right, but some of it may be wrong. To clear up the confusion, medical gas expert Mark Allen will share the best currently available information during this brief informational webinar on April 30 at noon CDT.
This webinar is free for ASPE Members and $25 for nonmembers, and registration is available at ASPE Education. The number of attendees who can participate in the live broadcast of this webinar is limited, but if registration is closed due to high demand, you can watch the recording of the webinar once it is posted within a few days.
CEUs will not be awarded for this webinar. You can register here: education.aspe.org/products/sizing-medical-gases-for-covid-19-informational-webinar.
About the Presenter
Mark Allen has been involved in virtually all aspects of medical gas work since 1978, including regulatory, testing and verification, product development, marketing, and education. He started out working in the verification of medical gas systems, transitioned to Ohmeda in 1985, and has performed various technical and marketing roles through Ohmeda’s transitions to Medaes, and now BeaconMedaes. Mark also is Vice President of Atlas Copco Medical Gas Solutions Division. He has been an active member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Technical Committee on Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems since the 1987 edition. He is also an active member of the Canadian Standards Association Technical Committee on Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems and serves on ISO/TC121/SC-6.